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October 2018

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This Month in TCU's College of Fine Arts

 

DanceTCU presents: Brown Bag Dance

DanceTCU presents: Brown Bag Dance
October 5, 12 p.m.

Bring your lunch and enjoy an informal presentation of student choreography and performance.

Photo credit: Josh Brewster Photography

 

Jordan Baseman

gendersick
October 10-November 17

Fort Worth Contemporary Arts presents, gendersick, an exhibition featuring new video works and installation by London-based artist Jordan Baseman. Baseman is an American-born artist and head of Time-Based Media at the Royal College of Art. Join the opening reception with the artist at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts on Wednesday, October 10, from 6-8 p.m.

 

The Interminable Life of Perennial Peonies

The Interminable Life of Perennial Peonies
October 18-21

Follow a picture-perfect, middle-class family as they go about their everyday lives. But sometimes things aren’t always as they seem. What’s really beneath the surface of this “average” family? Tickets go on sale Wednesday, October 17.

 

TCU School of Music at the Bass

TCU School of Music at the Bass
October 22

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Leonard Bernstein’s birth with the TCU School of Music in a special one-night performance at Bass Performance Hall. Enjoy the music and magic of Bernstein with performances by the TCU Symphony Orchestra, TCU Concert Chorale and School of Music alumni soloists Corrie Donovan ’09 and David Guzman ’06.
Tickets on sale now.

 

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TCU's College of Fine Arts News
Musical Theatre BFA ranked #6 in the nation
OnStage Blog ranked TCU’s Musical Theatre BFA program among the best in the country. “This is a great ranking for TCU’s Musical Theatre program amidst some very distinguished peers,” said Harry Parker, chair of the Department of Theatre.

Musical Theatre BFA ranked #6 in the nation
Jazz Studies recognized by DownBeat magzine
Jazz Studies recognized by DownBeat magazine
Joe Eckert, professor of saxophone and director of Jazz Studies, is featured in the September issue of DownBeat magazine. He discusses the value of music education, with an emphasis on building community. DownBeat is the “granddaddy of American music magazines,” covering the best of jazz and blues.

 

 

TCU's College of Fine Arts Spotlight
Maggie Simmons
Maggie Simmons, BFA Graphic Design ’15, Artist Brand Director + Graphic Designer at Musicbed
“The TCU Graphic Design program helped build a foundation to help me grow and balance multiple projects at one time, increasing my capacity to take on many things at once, while still exercising creativity. It also helped me learn communication skills to speak among peers, leadership and speaking about my work.”
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Maria Ochoa Garcia
Maria Ochoa Garcia, Fashion Merchandising major, ExxonMobil Intern of the Year
Lauded for her work on this year’s Trains at NorthPark event, a fundraiser that benefits the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas, Garcia was responsible for purchasing the merchandise to be sold in the gift shop.
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